The Way I See It – Thumbs Up From President Barack Obama & First Lady Michelle Obama

Dawn Porter’s The Way I See It documentary got the seal of approval from President Barack Obama and First Lady Michell Obama. The Obamas each posted on their social platforms in support of the film that centers around their former White House Chief Photographer Pete Souza.  President Barack Obama said on Instagram, “During my eight years […]

THIRD CULTURE CONTENT COMPLETES PRODUCTION ON STAR-STUDDED SEASON TWO OF BREAKOUT U.S.-SOUTH KOREAN SERIES “DRAMAWORLD”

Daniel Dae Kim (“The Good Doctor”, “Lost”), Brett Gray (“On My Block”), K-Pop star Henry Lau (A Dog’s Journey, Double World) and Ha Ji-won (“Secret Garden”, Manhunt) join cast line-up; Endeavor Content boards sales and distribution. Award-winning production house Third Culture Content has completed production on a second season of the cult hit “Dramaworld”, a bilingual rom-com […]

KAJILLIONAIRE – Original Soundtrack Release

KAJILLIONAIRE OST  A FILM BY MIRANDA JULY SCORED BY COMPOSER EMILE MOSSERI From acclaimed writer/director Miranda July comes a profoundly moving and wildly original comedy, Kajillionaire, distributed by Focus Features. The film will see a theatrical release on September 25th, and features an original soundtrack from composer Emile Mosseri (The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Homecoming Season 2), who partnered with Angel Olsen for […]

NEON Lands Rights to Philippe Lacôte’s Ivory Coast Oscar Submission, NIGHT OF THE KINGS

NEON is excited to announce it has acquired US rights to Philippe Lacôte’s sophomore feature, Night of the Kings.  The film premiered on September 7th in the Horizons sidebar of the Venice Film Festival and is set to play at both the Toronto International Film Festival and New York Film Festival later this month.  His debut feature Run, with Abdoul Karim Konaté and Isaach De […]

NO TIME TO DIE – New Poster

In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the […]

Taiwan Creators Night: Bridging Taiwan and the World

Taiwan Creators Night: Bridging Taiwan and the World.  The well attended event was hosted by Kindred Spirit’s Anita Gou on August 21st, 2020 in TripMoment VR, Taipei City, Da’an District. The Taiwan Creators Night facilitates and encourages conversation around the issue of how to help Taiwanese content reach a global audience, and how to attract […]

Watch new trailer of Emmy-nominated #FREERAYSHAWN

On a remote street in the outskirts of New Orleans, a botched entrapment leaves a police officer dead and an innocent man named Rayshawn (Stephan James) on the run. Rayshawn escapes a breathless pursuit and barricades himself in his home with his girlfriend (Jasmine Cephas Jones) and young son (Danny Boyd, Jr.). Citing the senseless end of […]

Bret Wood’s New Indie Horror Film Those Who Deserve to Die — Out Now on Blu-ray, DVD

The new indie horror film Those Who Deserve to Die is now available to own on Blu-ray, DVD, and digitally on Kino Now. Written and directed by cult filmmaker Bret Wood (Psychopathia Sexualis, The Little Death, The Unwanted), Those Who Deserve to Die stars 12-year-old “Malice of Alice” actress and model Alice Lewis, Joe Sykes (V/H/S), Rachel Frawley, and cult film star Lynn Lowry […]

Black Bear Pictures Hires Leigh Kittay as Head of Film; Ben Stillman to Run Newly Minted Television Division

Award-winning production and financing company Black Bear Pictures, who is behind lauded feature films such as The Imitation Game, Mudbound and this summer’s hit film, The Rental, announced today that Leigh Kittay has joined as Head of Film and will be responsible for continuing to grow the company’s impressive slate of feature films. Leigh previously served as Head of Film for […]

KONWISER BROTHERS MEDIA ACQUIRE THE RIGHTS TO ‘THE WORLD’S MOST DANGEROUS RADIO STATION’

7 years ago,  almost every Black radio station in America rejected or only grudgingly accommodated hip hop music.  The music was raw, unnerving, honest and not seen as commercially viable.  Major music retailers wouldn’t carry it, politicians protested, parents cringed, major record labels complained, Law Enforcement was threatened, and advertisers rejected it. The exception was […]